"U N Report Declares Internet Access a Human Right, " says the Wire in 2011. Though the headlines were eye-catching , what was in it was more." A United Nations report said Friday that disconnecting people from the internet is a human rights violation and against international law." . If one was going to use this argument , then it would be violating the right to access information , at least in the United States . If one were living in a communist country , like communist China or the Soviet Union, then one would have to go through the government to get the information needed, and once accessed, the information is always twisted and censored to fit the needs of the people in power . To add to the " ever-building " reasons that access to the internet is a human right, one could look at www.ahumanright.org.
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...ey thought were important information. I have even started a YouTube channel, to which I have 17 subscribers. I use the internet to work on my classes at school, but I also use the internet to work on my job. I am writing a book and I do use the internet to ensure that I am giving the right information with my book or to look up new ideas for the next chapter of my book. For my YouTube channel, I use the internet to find interesting and insanely stupid ideas to talk about.
I used the internet for my hobby and my job, but I don 't need. I could handwrite a book manuscript to have my book published and I don 't need to make a YouTube channel, because, I believe that the internet is not necessary for my survival as a human being. There are many things that I could do that doesn 't require the web, and though it is not as vast as the ones that do, I will manage to live .
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